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    I was wondering how accurate inter-type relationships are in terms of descriptions. Basically, are the descriptions univeral for each type interaction or not necessarily. For example is the look-alike interaction between an ESFp/ENFp similar to the look-alike between an ISTp/INTp. Of course the individuals are different and the types are different, so it would yield diverse results, however are the same in terms of negativity/positivity and frequency?
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    Since the intertype relations descriptions represent "humanized-science" they automatically become absolute in trying to say A = A through diplomatic speech.

    A true socionist needs to simply understand the underlying dynamics between functions 'talking' to each other. You can then feel free to reach conclusions from your unique personality (and matching 'type').

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis Stern
    Since the intertype relations descriptions represent "humanized-science" they automatically become absolute in trying to say A = A through diplomatic speech.
    Tell me whhhyyy this is not a non-sequitor. Why humanized science becomes absolute in trying to say A = A? If it's trying to say A = A, is absolute by definition. If it's science, it's human by definition. Nonsense, as usual?
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